SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – The Marine Corps Air Station Miramar said a suspicious letter received by the post office was found not to contain anything harmful Tuesday.
MCAS originally sent out a tweet stating that the post office identified a letter around 1:45 that was determined to be suspicious.
First responders were called and took “appropriate actions.” Just after 4:30 p.m. MCAS tweeted that the parcel was screened and did not contain anything harmful.
MCAS added that the post office is expected to resume normal operations Wednesday.
— MCAS Miramar (@MCASMiramarCA) March 7, 2018